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Researchers at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and MontefioreMedicalCenter are conducting a 5-year NIH-funded study to examine whether providing financial incentives for abstinence from drugs will help HIV-infected drug users control their HIV disease. The project will occur in four clinical sites in the Bronx and follow 200 participants over a 28-week period. Research visits will include computerized interviews, blood and urine collection, pill counts, and medical record examination.
- Work with Project Director (PD) and Principle Investigator (PI) to develop the study protocol and protocol amendments as needed, including the development of new measures
- Work with PD and PI to develop recruitment strategies and manage tracking database
- Coordinate meetings with study partners and represent the study at site meetings
- Assist in managing and analyzing data; perform regular audits to ensure that collected data are complete and accurate, and research protocols are being followed
- Implement a contingency management intervention; collect and test urine specimens; collect and transport blood specimens; conduct pill counts; supervise participant computer-assisted self-interviews
- Extract and examine medical records
- Partner with IT and data management resources in the development and editing of databases
- Assist in drafting reports, preparing conference abstracts, and presentations related to the project
- Other duties as assigned
- Bachelor’s degree in Public Health or related field required. Master's Degree preferred
- Fluency in English and Spanish preferred
- Previous research experience or programmatic experience and experience working with similar population preferred
- As part of a team, must be able to manage multiple tasks and priorities, work independently with minimal supervision, and adhere to study protocol
- Familiarity with Microsoft Word, ACCESS, Excel, and SPSS
- Excellent interpersonal, organizational, and communication skills required
- Must be detail oriented